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Mexico ships first load of best tequila to China - Tampabay.com (blog)

Mexico ships first load of best tequila to China - Tampabay.com (blog) | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Tampabay.com (blog) Mexico ships first load of best tequila to China Tampabay.com (blog) MEXICO CITY — Mexico has shipped its first load of blue agave tequila to China in hopes of turning the Asian nation into the biggest market for the alcoholic...
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A LOOK AT THE AZTECS - U-T San Diego

A LOOK AT THE AZTECS - U-T San Diego | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
A LOOK AT THE AZTECS
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San Diego State should be in the mix for another Mountain West football title if the offensive line comes together and an improved defensive line provides a solid pass rush.
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Amazon Launches Mexico Kindle Store with Over 70000 eBooks in Spanish and ... - Wall Street Journal

Amazon Launches Mexico Kindle Store with Over 70000 eBooks in Spanish and ... - Wall Street Journal | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
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Mexican archaeologists identify 5,000 cave paintings found in the northern state of Tamaulipas

Mexican archaeologists identify 5,000 cave paintings found in the northern state of Tamaulipas | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
The existence of almost 5 thousand cave paintings found in Sierra de San Carlos, municipality of Burgos, Tamaulipas, made by hunter and collector grou

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So cool! The discovery of these paintings is amazing. The archeologists and anthropologists are working on discovery the meaning to these paintings. They know they have mystical elements, and it will be interesting to uncover their meanings.

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Tepoztlan: A Mexican market town, packed with flavor

Tepoztlan: A Mexican market town, packed with flavor | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Tepoztlan, an ancient mountain town a little more than an hour south of the Mexico City airport, it’s a place too remarkable to miss, particularly in the early part of the year, when the streets are bursting with festivals, the churches are...

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Back to the Future: México ya no es el ‘patio trasero’ de EU - Forbes México

Back to the Future: México ya no es el ‘patio trasero’ de EU - Forbes México | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Desde el punto de vista económico, el crecimiento de México hará que nuestro país se convierta en la capital del crecimiento de América del Norte.
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In 2050 the USA will be the 3rd. largest economy in the world while Mexico will be the 5th. largest economy in the globe both with a 2,250 miles of common border. ¿How will this alter the US-Mexico relations? Far more than you think...

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Javier Marin returns to J. Johnson Gallery!

Javier Marin returns to J. Johnson Gallery! | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Jacksonville Florida | Jacksonville residents have become familiar with Javier Marin's work through his colossal bronze sculpture permanently installed at JIA.
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One of Mexico´s top sculptor..

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Frida Kahlo And Diego Rivera Shine In Epic Exhibition At Atlanta's High Museum ... - Huffington Post

Frida Kahlo And Diego Rivera Shine In Epic Exhibition At Atlanta's High Museum ... - Huffington Post | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
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Mexico is in pole position in the race for PV grid parity

Mexico is in pole position in the race for PV grid parity | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it

The first edition of a newly launched global monitor detailing the race for photovoltaic grid parity has ranked Germany at the foot of the seven countries studied. Meanwhile, Mexico has taken pole position.

 

Mexico is the initial poster boy in the grid parity stakes with Hermosillo, like Las Palmas in Spain, boasting a top rating of six bars, or full grid parity, because the highest photovoltaic LCOE is lower than the standard price of retail electricity, or the lowest peak electricity cost. Mexico City was rated as a five-bar "grid parity" city, meaning the lowest photovoltaic LCOE – rather than the highest – was used for comparison.

 

This result was again mirrored by Spain, where Madrid was rated "grid parity", but Mexico’s perfect four-star regulatory regime – an accolade also shared by California and Brazil – meant it topped the rankings.

 


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3 Ways To Wear Frida Kahlo's Fabric Woven Braids (PHOTOS) - Huffington Post

3 Ways To Wear Frida Kahlo's Fabric Woven Braids (PHOTOS) - Huffington Post | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
3 Ways To Wear Frida Kahlo's Fabric Woven Braids (PHOTOS)Huffington PostNearly 60 years after her death, Frida Kahlo's unconventional beauty still influences the way we get glammed up today.
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Mexico’s Cuisine: A Way for a Merrier World | TheCatalist

Mexico’s Cuisine: A Way for a Merrier World | TheCatalist | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it

J.R.R. Tolkien once said, “If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.On November of 2010, UNESCO granted the Mexican cuisine, its recognition as Intangible Cultural Heritage for Humanity."

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Chavela Vargas Dead At Age 93, Famed Mexican Singer ...

Chavela Vargas Dead At Age 93, Famed Mexican Singer ... | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
she was born in costa rica but she was raised in mexico. she lived in mexico. she loved mexico. and mexico loves her. salud a una gran mujer que tenia el corazon y caracter de una mujer mexicana!! r.i.p.
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Mexico goes for the gold in auto production

Mexico goes for the gold in auto production | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it

Mexico may not be breaking all records at London’s Olympic Games but back home it is racking them up.

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Juan Lauro Aguirre's curator insight, February 24, 2013 12:26 AM

Crecimiento exponencial de la industria automotriz en Mexico

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“The Blue Bouquet” – Octavio Paz | RAJEEV ACHERY

“The Blue Bouquet” – Octavio Paz | RAJEEV ACHERY | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Octavio Paz “The Blue Bouquet “ of Octavio Paz is a typical story written in the mode of magical realism. It is a story of suspense and terror. Eyes are a big theme in this story. Hotel – keeper is blind in one eye,”The night was a ...
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31 beautiful sights on this incredible planet - CNN (blog)

31 beautiful sights on this incredible planet - CNN (blog) | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
31 beautiful sights on this incredible planet
CNN (blog)
Mayan pyramids pervade the eastern side of Mexico, but none are more breathtaking than those of Palenque in the far south.
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Ruins of hidden Maya city, Chactun, unearthed in Mexico

Ruins of hidden Maya city, Chactun, unearthed in Mexico | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
An ancient Mayan city is unearthed.

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Learning From Carlos Fuentes, One Year On

Learning From Carlos Fuentes, One Year On | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
The great Mexican writer died a year ago today. His translator Ethan Shaskan Bumas remembers the lessons Fuentes’s novels taught us.

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Mystery of the Mexican 'goldenballs' cave: Scientists baffled by hundreds of spheres found in hidden tunnels

Mystery of the Mexican 'goldenballs' cave: Scientists baffled by hundreds of spheres found in hidden tunnels | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Hundreds of mysterious golden spheres have been found scattered in a hidden chamber during an archaeological dig at the site of Teotihuacan, a pre-Hispanic city in Mexico.

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Pujol - The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2013

Pujol - The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2013 | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
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Enrique Olvera´s Pujol resturant has been ranked at #17 among the top 50 restaurants in the wolrd according to "The World´s 50 restaurants of 2013" list from Pellegrino.So far, only the Mexican and the French cuisines were granted by UNESCO the recognition as Intangible Cultural Heritage for Humanity.


 

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Gabriel Orozco | White Cube

Gabriel Orozco | White Cube | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Gabriel Orozco was born in 1962 in Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico and lives and works in New York, Paris and Mexico City.
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Mexican modern art, beyond Frida, Rivera, and others...

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Museum and Gallery Listings for Feb. 15-21 - New York Times

Museum and Gallery Listings for Feb. 15-21 - New York Times | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it
Museum and Gallery Listings for Feb. 15-21 New York Times Martin Soto Climent: 'Mariposas Migratorias (Migratory Butterflies)' (through March 2) Martin Soto Climent, who is from Mexico City, is a Conceptual sculptor in the mold of Gabriel Orozco...
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Mexican Chocolatier Chosen for Prestigious International Chocolate Guide | Mexico Current News and Mexico Current Events, all the Latest News on Mexico Today

Mexican Chocolatier Chosen for Prestigious International Chocolate Guide | Mexico Current News and Mexico Current Events, all the Latest News on Mexico Today | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it

For the very first time, a Mexican chef and his chocolate have been selected for the most prestigious international chocolate guide, “Club des Croqueurs Chocolat! "


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Mexico's Automotive Industry is Cruising Along | The Offshore Group

New plants announced by companies such as Mazda Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co., and Audi AG will help the nation to close the gap between itself and South Korea, the biggest exporter of automobiles after Germany and ...
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Mexico Becomes Destination for World's Foodies

Mexico Becomes Destination for World's Foodies | Mexican Culture | Scoop.it

Christopher Kostow foraged in the open stalls of the Mercado San Juan, the most gourmet of Mexico City's crumbling, pungent public markets, as vendors hawked: "This way, this way! What can we offer you?"

 

Kostow, whose Restaurant at Meadowood in Napa Valley has three Michelin stars, wanted to sample the diversity of the country's fresh ingredients: gray oysters from Baja California, lychee-like hairy rambutan from southern Chiapas, and bags of red flying ants from Oaxaca.


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Mexico could pass Brazil as top LatAm economy in 10 years-Nomura - Reuters

Mexico could pass Brazil as top LatAm economy in 10 years-NomuraReutersMEXICO CITY Aug 8 (Reuters) - Mexico could overtake Brazil as Latin America's number-one economy in 10 years, according to research by economists at Nomura.

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